Intel intends introducing new chips on January 7, day one of the huge Consumer Electronics Trade (CES) next month, including 32-nanometer Arrandale processors across the Core i3, i5 and i7 brands.

During a press conference picked up upon by MacRumors, Intel promised its Arrandale and Grantdale processors are shipping to manufacturers now and will make their debut in new computers in early 2010.

Mobile versions of these processors have been anticipated to take a leap into the insides of future Apple laptops, specifically the MacBook Pro. Speeds could hit 2.66GHz, MR observes.

However, there

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